It doesn’t look promising today, but maybe divided government will somehow get the shutdown out of irons.
In today’s Federal Newscast, Health and Human Services issues voluntary cybersecurity practices for the healthcare industry.
A Washington attorney has made good on her pledge to file a class action lawsuit against the federal government over the current shutdown.
If my dinner group can figure it out, why can’t the politicians?
Coast Guard says it worked with DHS, administration to find “one-time” workaround that will ensure next Monday’s military paycheck arrives on time.
Shutdown will almost certainly spill over to next year, when Democrats will control the House
In what was designed to be standard form to help federal employees prove the impact of the partial government shutdown on their pay, the Office of Personnel Management suggested furloughed workers trade their services for lower rent payments.
Federal employees will soon get a chance to join a class action suit against the government for the current shutdown.
The Environmental Protection Agency had enough carryover funds to continue operations through Friday, Dec. 28. With no appropriations deal in sight, the agency is preparing for shutdown. The Smithsonian is preparing to close museums and the National Zoo after the new year without further appropriations.
Finally OPM has a home-page link to vital shutdown information.